The project is a response to the challenge of ensuring the ergonomics of using everyday objects. It consists of a collection of items which minimise the need for using strength in daily activities, such as opening a jar, and make it easier to do things which require precision, such as buttoning a shirt. The designer has concealed their purpose: she has redesigned existing objects to make them fulfil specific functions. The popular materials used are ceramics and beechwood: thanks to this, the products look natural at home and they change the experience of the users, who usually have to touch small plastic household objects, resembling medical equipment. Wood and clay evoke positive feelings related to accepting support.